The Outsiders - Study Guide Chapter 12 Summary & Analysis

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The hearing was unlike what Pony thought it would be. The only people there were the ones involved in the murder, and Pony's Doctor. Pony's doctor spoke to the judge before the proceeding began. First they questioned Randy, he looked pretty nervous. All of the Socs pretty much said the same thing. They told mostly the truth Pony thought. When it was Pony's turn the judge only asked him if he liked school and living with Darry. Then the judge told Pony he was acquitted and the whole thing was over. After the hearing, everybody tried to get back to their normal lives. Pony had a hard time with that. He started being clumsy and forgetful. Pony stopped eating and started having problems with his schoolwork.

One day Pony's English teacher kept him after class. The teacher told Pony that he knew he was struggling, but if...

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